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We are a recently formed chapter of the New England M.G. T Register and are interested in contacting any interested M.G. enthusiasts in Atlantic Canada. While we don't have an active program of events we would like to manage a gathering each year if possible. Please contact us if you are interested.
Our Club is presently dedicated exclusively to MG car owners. Although we do not have as many in numbers as larger metropolitan clubs, we are very enthusiastic and hope to grow in time. Our Club activities are primarily concentreted on "cruising and eating". We are geographically situated in the middle of two larger British Car Clubs, being BATANS and RENDEZ-VOUS DES ANGLAISES of Quebec and that allows us to participate in their activities as some of our members are members of those clubs. We invite any MG car enthusiast to contact us if they plan to travel in this area for help, information or for "cruising and eating".
Regular meeting - 2nd Wednesday of every month.
Monthly newsletter "The Spanner"
All British cars are welcome. Kingston meetings are held at Denny's restaurant, the second Wednesday of each month. Our newsletter " Spanner " is published four times a year. Special events include our annual British Car Day with over 100 British cars last year, the Garage Tour set for the spring and monthly BBQs in the summer months
Meetings held 2nd Monday of each month.
British Car Days South Rustico, PEI Next show is August 2012. More information
We are a small group who are dedicated to the joys of the MGA. Meetings happen during the good weather at various members homes. Most of us are members of the Canadian Classic MG Club and use our club as a more focused means of exchanging parts, information and fun. We just launched our web page and are using this site as a way of giving and receiving information with the rest of the world. Membership is free, our newsletter is a print-out of the web page upon request. This is updated on a continual basis and features members cars and reprints from old auto magazines plus member submitted information.
Meetings every second Wednesday of the month excluding January & July at the Wing 427, 2155 Crumlin Sideroad, London, Ontario. N5V 3Z9
Celebrating our 15th Annual British "Classic" Car Show, the second Saturday in June (14th June). At Bellamere Winery & Event Centre 9.00 am to 2.00 pm. 1260 Gainsborough Rd., London, Ontario N6H 5K8. Open to all makes and models of British cars. Featured marque for 2008 is the MG. Dash plaques, door prizes, etc.
Visit out web site: www.calgarymgclub.org
MEETINGS: Second Monday of each month at 7:30pm, at Burnaby Lake Club House.
MEMBERSHIP INFO: Anne Tilbury, at the above address.
EVENTS: 1996 Calendar by fax or e-mail on request.
We are a joint club with Jaguar owners and have approximately 200 members. Newsletters (Little Classical Gas) every month and magazine (Classical Gas) every two months.
Started over forty years ago as the Edmonton MGT club we've evolved into an all marques club. Catering to the social aspect of owning and operating British Cars. Weekly ice cream runs and a full calendar of monthly events gives our members a good return for their membership. Our club magazine is published ten times a year and contains original articles from our members. We enjoy our cars and encourage our members to use their vehicles. Meeting the 3rd Wednesday of each month except December. Seven p.m. at the Royal Alberta Museum. Edmonton AB.
First US/Canada wide MG club to accept all models of MG's. Founded April 1997 to fill a void that has long existed in the MG enthusiast movement in North America. The M.G. Drivers Club's aim is to complement and NOT compete with the fine existing Registers/Associations that have done so much for the MG hobby over the years. Dues are $20 (US funds), for this you receive 4 issues of our quarterly newsletter "The MG Log Book", a membership card/name badge, dash plaque with memberhip number and club logo decal for your MG. The M.G. Drivers Club holds an annual gathering the "Drive-In". The Club also sponsors period "MG Heritage Tours of the United Kingdom". Join us won't you!
Canada's oldest MG Club - 70 years and counting. Believed to be the third oldest surviving MG club in North America. First recorded meeting May 1952. Small, laid-back club. About 60 members including 3 original members (now 90) who still drive their MGs.
We encourage MGs only, and have 1980 MGBs to a 1931 D-Type. Only one member doesn't drive an MG. Affiliated with the MGCC and the New England MG T Register.
Meets monthly - 2nd Wednesday. Since Covid, winter physical meetings replaced with ZOOM. Summer meetings are often a moving event. Also week-end tours. Check MMGCC.COM for schedules. Annual membership of $50 includes insurance for moving events which is not true for many motor clubs.
See website for meetiing details
Meetings, gymkhanas, tours, slaloms, and rallies are all part of the Okanagan British Car Club, as well as a busy social schedule where you can have a chance to meet and talk to other people having the same interests. Our club's purpose is the enjoyment of owning British cars. Visit our home page
The Club, located in Victoria, B.C., Canada, features all English Cars. There are currently 6 Branches located around the province.
For more information please see our Website at www.oecc.ca
The "Ontario Chapter" was founded by Sam Weller and Gord Whatley in November '69 as the first chapter of the New England MG "T" Register Ltd. Membership in the club is open to all persons interested in furthering the preservation and enjoyment of the "T" Series and vintage MG's. Activities during the year include an AGM during the winter and two Gatherings of the Faithful (GOOF's) one in the spring and one in the fall. These weekend outings are held at various locations within Ontario. Their purpose is to enable members to meet and enjoy other members and their cars; judge members' cars and award prizes; participate in funkanas, rallies and tours; conduct parts auctions and partake in a banquet. These weekends of fun and fellowship are the highlight of the MG "T" season. Other one day events are arranged throughout the MG "T" driving season, as well at tech sessions and a Christmas party in December. The "Trillium News" is published quarterly and contains a great! ! selection of event and tech artic les. Also a monthly news letter the "T Talk" is published to anounce events and keep the membership up to date with the latest MG happenings.
The members of the club meet on the third Thursday of each month at Louis' Restaurant on Cyrville Road in Ottawa. Videos and photographs and speakers usually are the subject matter of winter season meetings. Summer season meetings include tech sessions and tire kicking for those that want to, and interesting and informative sessions for navigators. A full summer season event calendar is published in each bi-monthly newsletter. There are social events, rallies, charity displays, one and two day runs and BBQ's. Club members often team up with other regional car clubs for special events, local outings and longer distance trips. We are proud of the friendship and fun we share!
The club meets on the second tuesday of each month We welcome all British car owners to come out and have a great time.
We serve from Rocky Mountian House to Stettler and Lacombe to Olds.
Founded in 1983, the Club promotes British cars of all types and is the largest French speaking multi-marque British car club in the world. We have over 360 members across Quebec, NB, Ontario and even in Europe. Nearly half of our members own MG's. Club's social events are various since we have chapters in 12 regions of Quebec. We publish a newsletter, "La Clef Anglaise" 4 times a year. In 2008, we are celebrating our 25th anniversary with a car show, June 7th, on historic Plains of Abraham in Quebec City for that city's 400th anniversary. Please visit our website (French) www.carvaq.org or contact the President for more info on location, hotel, etc
The Hoser Eh's are a NAMGAR chapter dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the MGA. We were initally based in London , Ontario but now have members all across Ontario as well as a few adjoiningStates. The emphasis is on having fun with our cars and helping each other out with inevitable car problems. As you might tell from the name we don't take ourselves too seriously. Would love to hear from anyone with an interest in MGAs
Our club, founded in 1955 has around 250 members mostly in or around the Toronto area. We meet the second Tuesday of every month at 8:00pm at the Canadian Air & Space Museum, Downsview Park, Toronto. We publishe a quartely newsletter, the Octagon, and we have a full schedule of events year round. Current club information can be found on our website, www.mgtoronto.com. Visitors are always welcomed at our meetings.
Meets on the second Monday of the month at the Salvation Army Citadel, 4030 Douglas Street, Victoria, B.C. at 8:00 PM. Activities include meetings, guest speakers, garage tours, longer summer tours to special British car events, dinner runs, tech sessions and social events. Club was formed in 1981. Owners of MGs and other sporting cars are most welcome.
Established 1980. Meetings first Monday of every month at Warden Classic car Museum.
Cruise nights one night a month at surrounding towns.
The Windsor-Detroit MG Club serves S.E. Michigan USA and S.W Ontario Canada.
Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of each odd month in Windsor, Ontario and of each even month in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Please check our website for meeting venues and other event information. Visitors are welcome at all events.